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30-pound bunny rescued from slaughterhouse

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Alex is a 30-pound rabbit who was rescued from a slaughterhouse in 2020. He now works as a therapy animal, attending over 200 events in San Francisco to calm nerves.

His owners take him around in a light-up stroller and even got him an electric mini car.

“When we got Alex, we thought, Why not bring him along, as we knew people would love him as much as we do,” Kei Kato said.

“Row had LED lights fitted on Alex’s stroller that has his name going across it,” Kato said.

Alex has gained popularity on social media, with over 26,000 Instagram followers and nearly 34,000 TikTok followers.

Some of his videos receive over 1 million views. His owners say showing off Alex puts smiles on people’s faces, and he seems to enjoy the attention.

“We love showing him off because he makes people feel better, and he loves the attention, too,” the owner said.

They never expected the bunny to gain such a large online following but are happy he can brighten people’s days.

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